SRM support for EMC PowerMax storage. The PowerMax family is the first Dell EMC hardware platform with a storage back-end that uses Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) for customer data. NVMe is a set of standards which define a PCI Express (PCIe) interface used to efficiently access data storage volumes based on Non-Volatile Memory (NVM) media, which includes today’s NAND-based flash along with future, higher-performing Storage Class Memory (SCM) media technologies such as 3D XPoint and Resistive RAM (ReRAM). The NVMe-based PowerMax was specifically created to fully unlock the bandwidth, IOPS, and latency performance benefits that NVM media offers to host based applications which are unattainable using the current generation all flash storage arrays.
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